Public Spaces

State parliament building in Stuttgart, Germany

Openness and transparency characterize the parliamentary chamber in Stuttgart. The unique leather chairs are custom-made for the space.

On a square-shaped site, the cubic silhouette of the Stuttgart parliamentary building stands as an icon of post-war modernism. Following a modification of the building by Berlin-based Staab Architects, the chamber has gained a translucent ceiling with beams of light and slender, light-filled tubes making the space appear more open and bright.   

Clear and emblematic design                                  

We custom-made dark leather chairs, individually set into the floor of the chamber, upon which members of parliament meet. The high-quality workmanship and simple silhouette of the chairs conveys clarity and style. In the lobby, elegant sofas and chairs from our Foster program complement the prestigious surroundings.

Stuttgart Germany
Space Type
Conference room, Lobby, Office
Staab Architekten GmbH
Michael Tümmers, Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany; Landtag von Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany; Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg, Amt Stuttgart, Germany